Accelerating the shift to new mobility services
Toward a change of paradigm
The automotive industry has made a strong recovery since the last crisis with worldwide sales outpacing 90 million vehicles in 2017. Under the surface, however, deep transformation trends are taking shape, promising to drive very disruptive changes.
These transformations open the door to massive shifts in the industry’s structure. They are also opening the way to strategic opportunities for automotive players to be at the heart of tomorrow’s mobility systems and to find new avenues for growth.
“The traditional automotive industry models of human-driven, personally owned vehicles may be radically challenged in the coming years. In the emerging ecosystems, each company will have to rethink where to play and how to win.”
Jo SevartsThilo Stieber
Vice President Portfolio & Innovation, Global Head of Automotive, Atos
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